Attached is the Redcliffe Bridge Club's coronavirus plan
More... Health Declaration:
Please read our health declaration to see if you meet the conditions to play bridge.
More... COVID-19 Conditions of Entry:
Please read the Checklist before entering the club rooms.
The Club has recommenced four sessions a week playing Monday and Saturday afternoons and Tuesday and Thursday mornings for MEMBERS ONLY. Members may play with a registered ABF player from another Club as their partner.
We will be following our COVID-19 Plan and Conditions of Entry - Checklist for entry into the clubrooms.
You will also need to read and abide by the Club's Health Declaration.
Remember it is up to individual members to decide if the time is right for you to return to the Club, stay at home if you are sick.
Pre-registration is necessary to play and is done by clicking on the green button.
Once you press confirm you will be accepted, soon after your names will appear on the Events Tab of our website. You will receive a confirmation email which you can use later to CANCEL or CHANGE your scheduled booking. Only one player in the partnership should make a booking, if you have any queries please email Wayne Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0428 131 918.
There is a maximum of 9 tables for each session.
Late entry will be allowed if you have not registered at the discretion of the Director.
Clubroom doors open 12 noon for afternoon sessions and 9am for morning sessions.
Bring a coupon or the correct money which is $5.00 – no change given.
Bring your own pen/pencil – entry to the kitchen will be closed, tea and coffee will be available.
No congregating, once you enter the clubroom go directly to your table.
Keep 1.5 metres from others and practice good hygiene.
Our clubrooms are located at 2A Irene Street, Redcliffe
- opposite the Moreton Bay Regional Council Administration centre and next to the Redcliffe RSL Club.
Redcliffe is a beach-side city with a population of around 50,000 people. Sandy beaches and scenic parks make up much of Redcliffe's 20Km coastline making it a favourite place for families and tourists alike. The Redcliffe Bridge Club was established in 1967 and has a membership of 240 as at January 2020. There are four masterpointed sessions of bridge held regularly each week under Covid-19 conditions. Car parking is available at either end of the clubhouse and wheelchair access is available from the western car park.